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ProR'BJ?DobMd;i?WhMtonC?ollB?o,
IIS., Ifl crashing oat,xrra ?iaKaury-. ?h
one of his leotaraajagaiost the onfsrY be
says, "the loBtittraim 1? irreligious and
immoral, and that no good man over
baa been or ever can be a Free Mason."
We have of tea gone- over a dboloe lot of
eight or ten. thousand Mesons, and
Sioked oat two or three whom we
aoaght were good men; bat of coarse
they w^re regular cnt-throata and hone
thieves compared to the pore,1 sinless
Blanohard.
Bom?TTOTOfl.? Tho chaplain of the
United States Seuate, on Wednesday, in
his opening prayer, invoked divine
Providence to bold in His own band
that powerful engine the pnblio press.
The preoiee reason for this speoial re
membranoe does not appear; bat it is
presamed.it it not wholly unconnected
with a certain freedom of oritioism
which has of late cropped out in the
moat unexpected quarter.
When year pocket boot gets empty,
and everybody knows it, yon ean put
aU vom- friends in it and it won't "bulge
out1' worth a cent.
"Why do yonng ladies whiten their
faces? Because they think the powder
will make them go off.
An acre of figs will fatten more hog?|
than an acre of corn.
O
John E.Bacon, Attorney at Law,
Sj&w Bange.
FFICE formerly occupied by Moasrc
Monteith * Banekett. Jan 9
Wanted to Borrow,
$JT riO/t F0R ? ?rat mort
'>,UU\J? gage on valuable unencum?
bered city property trill be given. Address
X- Y. Z., oare of Phoenix Office. The adver
tleer moan* business. Deo SO .
For Bent,
THE large STORE under Irwin's Hall,
with tan feet alley in the rear, at 1800
per annum._. Jan 111*
Hotioe.
Office Tbeasubkb BicnxAHD County,
January 8,1874.
THE booka for State and County TAXES
will be opened THIS DAT, at my offloo,
ever tho bank of Hosara. E. J. Scott & Son
The following ia tbfc levy for 1873:
State tax... . -:.12 mills.
County .tax, ordinary....3 "
County tax. Court House. li "
Conpty tax, deficiencies. -.lJ "
School District tax..1" "
Total..........l?m?ls.
One dollar on each poll for. educational
purposes! The penalty of 20 per cent, at-'
taohes by law upon all -taxes unpaid on or
before the 15th January.
0. H. BALDWIN, County Treasurer.
Jan 8,_7_
$60 Beward.
STOLEN from my stable, in Co
i&utt lombla, on the night of the 5th in
atant.a modiom-aized irorrol IIOHSE
???&M?LE, with a whito, spot near the
fore-top and one on the right aide.
?Jan 11 6 MARGARET IRWIN.
A
Save Costs.
LL indebted to the undersigned, by note
_. or account, muat pay up before the 1st
of February noxt. or settle with our attor?
neys. HOPE & GYLE8.
Jan 9_ ._, .. ? ; ?_
WU. M. FINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
V THE beat of WINES, LIQUORS,
"8EQAB8, TOBACCO, eto., con
_'Btantly o? hand. Norfolk OYS?
TERS, in and Out Of the shell. Give him a
call. __ Jfan 10_
Breakfast Strips and Hams.
1AAA LBS. Extra BREAKFAST
,UUU STRIPS. 3.000 lbs. Sugar-cured
HAMS, ior sale low for cash.
Jan 3_HOPE <fc GYLES.
Clarified Sugars.
BARRELS A,, Ex. 0 and C, for aale
Z?\J low for greenbacks.
Jan 3 HOPE & GYLES.
200
Venison Hams.
LBS. ohoico VENISON HAMS.
Jan 3 HOPE & GYLES.
T- "D-i.
AO ucut|
ASMALL FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, below,
the State House. Apply to'
Jan 6_ J. SULZBACnEll. j,
To Bent or for Sale
TBE HOUSE on the corner or Lady!
and Assembly street*. Pousessioui
_given immediately. Applvto
Deo 10 R.& W.0.8WAFFIELD. i
Important Notice.
DEPOSITORS OF MONEY in tho Colum?
bia office of the CITIZENS' SAVINGS
BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA are requested '?
to call at the offico of said Bank, during
banking hours of THIS WEEK, on business
of groat importance to themselves.
J. O. B. SMITH,
Jan 4 _Local Assistant Caabier.
Hardware! Hardware!!
THE undersigned, having found tho casb I
business in their Grocery Department a :
complete success, have determined to conduct.
the Hardware Department on a strictly cash j
oasis alao. They have, therefore, greatly re-'
ducedtho prices for all heavy Roods in this!
line, embraoing IRON, NAILS, STEEL, I
SPRINGS, AXLES and CARRIAGE MATE?
RIALS, being convinced that a quick penny
ia better than a slow shilling.
t*~ Purohasers will savo money by ex?
amining our stook and prices before pur?
chasing. Terms cash btjore delivery.
JanO_JOHN AONEW A SON.
T.H.WilkeSj Attorney at Law,
ANDUnitod States Commissioner forOir-l
cult and District Courts for South Ca-1
rolina. Office over the Carolina National
Bank, Columbia. 8. C._Dcc_30
H0MQ20PATHY.
T"\R. SCHLEY. HommnnatMat. rnnnActrnlly |
\J offers hie services t? the citizens of Co*
Sumbia. Office ever Duffle's Book Store, op-,
poeite Columbia Hotel. Offico hours from 8'
to 10 A. M., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M.
Dee 7_._3mo8
Just Received,
AN extra fino lot of Kontuoky!
*BBn M?LEH and IIOHHEB, nomo of which
^J^g^are well broke. They may beaeen|
at Unarles Logan's Stablos, oornar Senate!
and Assembly streets.
Nov.*a _ _ _ w-8 *^*?^B0J??i
Hills House Stables.
Ma. JU8Trecoivcd at the abovo Sta
*M? bles, twenty head lino KENTUCKY
>T?mrMTTT KMi ruoat or which aro well
broke. Will bo sold ebeap for oash.
goptl3 ..__J. N. LONG. Agent.
Sutjar-Oane Syrup.
BARRELS v|ry^jraDerior ,.and. pure|
15
Southern-made SYRUP, for'sale by
Jan9 HOPE & GYLES
BY J. A. SBLBY. OC
Special KTotlooe. |
OBSTACLES TO MAKKIAGE.
Happy Relief for Young Men from the
effeots of errors and abates in early life,
Manhood festered. Impediments to Mar?
riage removed. New method of treatment.
Now and remarkable romedies. Books and
Circulars sent fr?e, in sealed envelopes. Ad
drees HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa.?an institu?
tion having a high repntatlon for honorable
oondnot and professional sfcill. Oct30 8mo
Heu Mackerel.
KITTB extra mess MACKEREL, foal
aalo by HOPE A GYLLtt.
50
Feeding Oats.
K f\f \ BUSHELS prime heavy OAT8 fori
OKJKJ sale low for cash.
Jan 10_HOPE A OYLES.
NEW PUBLICATIONS
At Bryan's Bookstore.
MEMOIRS OF MANY MEN AND SOME I
WOMEN. By MaunseUB.Fiuld. $2.
Goulbrum'a Gospel of the Childhood. (1.25.
Mrs. Beeoher's House-keepor and Health
keeper. $1.60.
John Stuart Mill's Autobiography. $2.25.
Soionoo and Religion. By Fror. Joseph'
LeConto. $1.60.
The Atmosphere, with beautifnl ohromo
plates. By Oamille Flamarion. tC.
Crooked Plaoes?A Novel. By Edward
Qarrett.
Nancy?A Novel. By Author of "Red as a
Rose." 75 oents.
Joseph the Jew?A Novel. 50 cents.
A Oreat Lady?A German Novel. 75 cents.
And other new books._Deo 30
Situation as Teacher Wanted,
AYOUNG. GENTLEMAN, thoroughly
competent and experienced as ? teacher,
deairoe a SITUATION in a healthy, intelli?
gent part of the country. References given
If required. Address "A.,"
Jan G tnfC*_Pomaria, B. Cj|
Fourth Grand Grift Concert,
FOU TUE BENEFIT OF THJt
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
OVER ?100,000 in Bank! Success assured!
A full drawing certain on TUESDAY, the
./ist of March next. In order to meet the
general wish and expectp.tion of the public
and the ticket-holders, for the fnll payment
of the magni?oent gilts, announced lor the
Fourth Orand Gift Concert of the Public Li?
brary of Kentucky, the management havo de?
termined to postpone the Concert and Draw?
ing until Tuend ay, the 31st of March, 1874.
They have already realized over $1,000,000,
and have a great many agents vet to hear
from. No doubt is entertained of the sale of
avery ticket before the drawing, but whether
all are ejnld or not, the Concert and Drawing
will positively and unequivocally take placo
on the day now fixed, and if any remain un?
sold they will be canceled and the prizes
will be roduoed in proportion to the nnBold
tickets.
Only fSO.COO tickets havo been is6ued and
lS.OOO CASH OlB-TR,
$1,500,000,
Will be distributed among ticket-holders.
The tickets are printed in coupons of tenths,
rnd all fractional parts will be represented
in the ilruuiug junt as whole tickets are.
CIST OK GIFTS.
1 Grand Oash Gift.f2r.tJ.000
1 Grand Cash Gilt. 100,000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 50,000
1 Grand Cash Gilt.. 25 000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 17.000
10 Caeh Gifts, $10,000 oach. 100 000
30 Caan Gifts, 5,000 each. 150.000
50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each. 50.000
80 Cash Gifts, 500 each. 40,000
10O Cash Gifts, 400 each. 40.000
150 Cash Girts, 300 each. 45,000
250 Cash Gifts, 200 ea?h. 50,000
325 Cash Gifts, 100 each. 32.500
11,000 Cash Gifts, 50 each. ."50,000
Total 12.000 Gifts, all cash,
amounting to.J1.500.COO
The chances for a gilt aro as one to live.
PU1CK OF TICKETS.
Wholo tickets, $50; halves. 125; tenth
saoh ooupon, $5; eleven wholo tickets for!
f500; 224 tickets for f1,000; 113 whole tickets
for $5,000; 227 wholo tickets for $10.100. No
discount on less than $500 worth ot tickets.
The Fourth Gift Concert will he conducted,
in all reopects, like tho thrco which havo
already been given, and fnll particulars may
bo loarned from circulars, which will be eent
free from this office to all who apply for
them.
Orders for tickets and applications for
figencies will bo attended to in tho order they
ire'received, and it is hoped they will bo
sent in promptly, that there may bo no din
ippoiutmont or delay in Oiling all. Liberal
terms givon to those who buy to sell again.
Ml agents are peremptorily required to settle
up their accounts anr* return nil unsold
tickets by the 20th day of March.
TIIO?. E. Bit AM LETTE.
Agent Publio Library Kentucky and Mana?
ger Gift Concert, Public Library Building,
Louisville. Kentucky. Dec 17 wl
EMERSON'S
SINGING SCHOOL.
Price 75 Cts., on $7.50 Per Do/..
[S A COXIPLEIK, CUEAl* AND USI-FUIi BOOK FOR
BlNQIMl BOBOOLS.
NOW is the timo to use it, as it ban all the
material to make tho Winter Singing
School attractive end useful in tho highest
degree. By L. (J. KMEltBON.
System lorBeginners
ON the
PIANO-FORTE.
BY MASON A IIOAJ>L.KY.
One cannot help liking this thorough, sy h
teinatlo method, tho work of men eminent in
their profession and who havo tho important
cpiali?oatlon of being experienced teachers.
Remember that the first months of in?
struction are, if thero i$ any distinction, (he
Important ones. That is tho timo to lay a
good foundation. "A work well begun is
already half done." Price 13. ,
All books sent, post paid, on receipt of re?
tail price.
OLIVER DIT80N A CO./doetou.
OHAS. H IMTBONfcCO,,
__Jan 10 ws 711 Broadway, Now York.
Lumber and Laths.
HAVING a large quantity of BUILDING
LUMBER and LATHS on hand, per?
sona wanting the same oan he supplied, at
short coffee. - Orders, left at my Residence
on Main street, near the new Government
Post Ofilce, or sent by mail, will moot prompt
attentiqn. Terse cash.
Nov2C{jmo W.LOWRY.
'Let our Just Censure
)LUMBIA, S. 0., TUESDAY \
$25 Per Thousand.
A large otockoT CIGARSJust received, and
in order to guarantee quick sales, will be Bold
at the above price. Parties wishing a supply
will do well te order at once. Wo are now
1 prepared to furnish rtea'ers, and solicit a call
or order for samples.
I
PERRY &, SLAW80N,
Indian Girl Cigar Htoro, Columbia, S. C.
Jim G
For the *iew Year, I am resolved to
make new and increasing efforts to
meet the trying requirements of the |
times. Whilst keeping a rail stock
and continually opening np Fresh
j Goods, my expenses are so mach less
than the other dry goods houses, that
I yon can save money, save time, and
save patience, by dealing at my store. |
C. F. JACKS"!?,
"Tho Leader of Low . .ces."
I Jan C
H
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company,
Colombia.. 8. C, December SO, 1873.
THE COUPON8 on Bonds of this Com?
pany, duo on the Qrst of January, 1874,
will be paid at the Central National Bank, in
this city, or at the Banking House of M. K.
Jeaup & Co., in New York, or at First Na?
tional Bank of Charlotte, N. C, or at the
Banking Houeo of John J. Cobon Sc Sons, in
Augusta, Ga.
Dec 80 ||4i_ C. BO?KNIQHT, Treasurer.
Notice.
Greenville and COLUMBIA. Railroad Co.,
TREABUaEIt'8 OmcE.
Columbia, S. G., January 1,1874.
OLDliRSor the STATE GUARANTEED
BONDS and tho admitted 8E0ONO
(2d; MORTGAGE BONDS of this Gompany,
who havo funded the past duo Coupons of
said Bonds,matured botween January, eight?
een hundred and seventy-two, (1872,) and
Jiilv. cighteon hundred and seventy-three,
(1878,) both inclusive, aro notified that
the January, eighteen hundred and seventy
four, Coupons of said Bonds, and, also, those
of the funded IntoreBt Bonds and Certifi?
cates, will be paid on presentation at this
oflice on the FIFTEENTH (15th) 1NST.
GEO. W. WATE KM AN,
Jan 1 Treaeurer.
Notice.
Office Gbeekville and Columbia R. R.,
Colombia,C, August 20, 1873.
UNDER a roHolntion of the Board of Direc?
tors, tho IutercBt Coupons of tho State
Guaranteed Bonds, and of suoh other Bonds
of thin Company as aro regularly recorded in
tho oflioo of the Company, matured between
the 1st day of January, 1872, and 1st day of
July, 1S73, both inclusive, will bo funded in
Boudd having ten years to run, as provided
for in tho Company's pronoaala to tho Bond?
holders, of date August 11,1873.
Holders of tho abovo obligations am- re?
quested to scud in a statement of them to this
oflice, to facilitate the exchaugo which it i?
do.-irod to complete without delay, and enable
Hie nece.--Hii.ry arrangements to bo made for
the resumption of regular interest payments
on lul January ensuing.
W. J. MAGRATH,
September2 In President.
THE late telegrams from Washington, an?
nouncing the decision of the United
States Supremo Court, concerning tho
Bills of the Bank of the State.
Did not create more excitement in Columbia
than was caused by tho announcement that
there aro plenty more of tboso lino Havana
CIGARS, or our own make, which are still all
tho rage. Wo also announce that Building
and Loan and Greenbacks are
Received at Par.
Gioat throngs aro Hooking to avail them?
selves of this opportunity to procure the
choice Tobaccos and Cigars to he had
Al the California Cigar Store.
Nov 9 M. SULZUACHER.
CLOTHING ! DRY GOODS !
UK NTS' FURNISHING) GOUllSt
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS!
THE undersigned, equal to the wants of
his friends and tho public in general,
has re-opened on Main street, at tho stand
lorrnerlv occupied bv John ?. Dial, with a
largo and well-selected stock cf DRY G?OD8,
CLOTHING and OEMS' FURNISHING
GOODS, which ho offers at prices that defy
competition. Respectfully soliciting a share
of the patronage hitherto extended to him,
ho promises lull satisfaction to all that fa?
vor him with a call. 11. G Ov 'L.MAN.
_ Oct 22
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
WM, GLAZE,
AT his new store, Main ntroet, neaily op?
posite tho Central National 1'ank. has
a large and beaul ?ul rtocl; of line WATCHES,
stem and koy winders, from the bebt Eu?
ropean and American manufacturers, and of
hin u'vn importation, in gold and nil vor cases.
Elegant JEWELRY I An unrivaled assort?
ment just received, and all tho latest styles,
Sterling SILVER-WARE, in ?et* and eases.
Bridal Presents, and a very fine selection of
Platod-Ware, Gold Watch and Neck Chains,
Lockots, elegant Seal, Wedding and Engage?
ment Rings, largo stock of Spectacles and
Eye-Glasses, Clocks, Musical Boxes, and a
great varioty of Fancy Artioles, My stock is
the largest and best selected la the Southern
country, and will bo sold as cheap as tho
tamo articlo can bo bought tnj where,
(let 24_
A MEDICINE W?RTH HAVING.
HKHVIISII H UIKKN'.S DKL.1UI1T,
FOR Sick Headache, Bilious Attacks, Con?
stipation, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, In?
digestion, Scrofula, Jaundice. Pain in tho
Back, Nouralgia, Dropsy, Skin Diseases,
Loss of Appetite, Depression of Spirits,
Heartburn, Rheumatism, Nervousness, Me?
lancholy, Billons Fever, Coztlvoness.
Ask for Heinltsh's Qaeon's Delight; nono
other is genuine. For sale at
Dee 191 E. H. HEINlTHn'S Drug Store,
Attend the Trni
[ORNING, JANUARY 13, 18'
AGNEW'S CASH 8T0EB.
THE exhaustion caused to oar stock of
Groceries by the unprecedented demands of
Christmas week Aas been filled up, and our
slock of choice Family Groceries is again
complete. %
Crashed SUGAR, 12 cents per pound by
barrel, or 8 pounds for $1.
Powdered SUGAR, 12 cents per pound by
barrel, or 8 pounds for $1.
Granulated SUGAR, 12 cents per pound by
barrel, or 8 pounds for (1.
A SUGAR, 11$ cents per pound by barrel,
or 8 pounds for (1.
Quarter Boxes New Layer* RAISINS, $1
oach.
Together with a full line of choice FAMILY
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAR8,
&o,,at prices tchich defy competition.
Jan 3_JOHN AGNEW & SON.
GENUINE
IMPORTED WINES, BRANDIES, &c
SCOTCH WHISKIES,
Old Jamaica Rum,
Brandies?Otard, Ac,
m??in Holland Gin,
bherry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira Wino.
Also, a largo steck of fine old WhiskieB,
Cigars, Ac.
Deo^l_ J. O. 8EEQER8.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE,
Wholesale and Retail
Grocers and Provision Dealers.
OUR stock la
icomplete in every i
] respect. We sell at
' the very lowest I
lprices, and warrant [_
sur goods pure. Wo do not publish prices,
but feel satisfied that none of our patrons
will loavo dissatisfied. We nay tho highest
market price for COTTON, cither in goods or
currency. Wa have an exoellent WAGON
YARD in roar of our establishment. Look
out for tho sign of the plow and tho carriage
whoel, Richardson Btroot, a few door.' below
tho Purcsxx ofiioo. Give us a call, and in
spoct our goods and prices. Nov 23
MA86NIG FEMALE COLLEGE,
CUKBSOVRY, ABBEVILLE, 8. C.
cuabteued 1853.
TWENTY-FIRST annual ses
-Bion opens WEDNESDAY, 21*t ol
[January, 1671; cluueelast Wudncs
'day in October.
Exponses for term of forty
weeks: Primary Department, $25; Academic
Department, $35; Collegiate Department,
$50; Music, $10; Bop.rd,$12 to $15 per mouth.
French and Latin frco. For circulars apply
to W. CHRISTIE BENET,
Dec ll :;}tlf Principal.
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. "
Corner Plain and Marlon Streets.
THE undersigned will open a
SCHOOL for GIRLS on MON
jDAY, January 5, 1874, in the
{building formerly used as an < nice
by tho late Dr. Trezcvant, at tho
abovo location. Tho course
taught will consist of a primary conrso iu
the usual English branches, and a higher
course, which will embrace, betides Mathe?
matics. Moral Philosophy and History, any
of the. following languages: French, German
or Latin.
Terms in primary conreo, $10 per quarter,
iu advance, or$4 per month.
Terms i? higher course, $12 per quarter,
iu ndvanc", or ;5 per month.
MISS ELIZA W. BAUN WELL,
Principal.
Assisted by Hon. It. W. BARN WELL iu
Latin, History aud Moral Philosoph}*.
Jan 1 10
King's Mountain Military School,
YOltKVILLE, s. C.
THIS Institution is fully sup?
plied with arm* and all necessary
t seien title apparatus; and the re
;ont extension ot tho' courso ol
stndieu places it in tho front rank
of (Southern Educational Institu?
tions. The first session of tho Sehool Year
of lt>74. will begin on tho 2.1 or FEBRUARY.
Apply lor Catalogue containing full particu?
lars.' COL. A. COWARD;
Dec 4 J25 Principal.
Medicated and Other Medicines.
HA RBACK'S celebrat< d Walnut Candy,
Ueiuitnh'3 Cough Confections,
Marahmollnw Drops, pure and fresh.
Carbolic Candy, for sore thro.it,
Uoarhouud Oaudy, for colds,
Pt-pporjuint Drops, tor the digestion,
Cocoa Caramel, for the stomach.
Jim Crows; a pleasant dinner confection,
Jordan Almonds, an after-dinner nnt to
crack,
('ream Chocolate, a Bwect soothing thine.
All for sale at
flEINITSFI'S Drug Store.
Dee27 ! Opposite Pnn'.Ni\ Oftice.
Bad Weather, Bad.Coughs, Bad Colds.
STANLEY'S celebrated COUGH SYi.UP
will cure Coughs, Ccldi, Asthma, Con?
sumption. It is ttio remedy, without any ex*
r.eptinn. Stnnley will say so. Get it only at
j IIEISITSH'SCheap Drugstore. Nov 18 1
Bonds, Stocks, &c.
IBUY and BELT, on COMMISSION und
mv own ftccou!!!, at current rate*:
BONDS and STOCKS or RAILROADS,
Runds and Stocks of States and United
States, Bonds aud Stocks of Cities and other
corporations, Bank Notes, Coupons, Oold
?!>d Silver Ooj r\i and unproved Ol ?mim? ?;;?!!> st
tho United States, State and County.
D. GAM BRILL, Broker. Main street,
Aur 10 tCmo 2.1 door South Wheeler llouso.
S. E 8TRATT0N, TRIAL JUSTICE,
Office on Assembly street, between Lady and
Washington streets.
DEVOTES BBpocial attention to tho rental
of houses, tho collection of rents, and
to thono remedies pursued by civil aotlon
and proceeding, Deo 28 flmo
Notice.
OFFICE CITY CLERK.
Colvmiiia.S. C, January 3, 1874.
A LL persons who have hold TAVERN
A. LlOENSLSfor tho year 1873. and do
siro tocontinuo tho eauo for 1871, are horoby
notified that it is necessary to make a now
application to Council for the same. Riving a
now bond. Ac. Blanks will be rurnishod at
tho City Clerk's Office; also, payment will b*
required for the first quarter on or beforetho
Cth of the present month.
Jan4 OHAS. B ARNUM, City Clerk.
9 Event."
74. vol. ix?no. 2?l
$100,000
IN
FOB
CLOTHING
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
"DOUGHT einco tho great decline, and we
J3 ure selling them at the very lowest
prioss for cash. We intend to give our cus?
tomers tho advantage of tho LOW PRIOEBr
Come and eeo our ntock. Wo consider it a
compliment tor persons to call and see our
goods _KIN ARD A WILEY.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
(CAPITAL 91,000,000,)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
the Southern StateB, for its remarkable
effects as an agency for increasing the pro
dnots of labor, as not to rcquiro special ro
commendation from us. Its ?b? for eight
years past baa established its charaoter for
roliable excellence. Tho largo fixed capital
[ invested by tho Company in this trade affords*
, the surest guarantee of tho continued excel,
lence of this Guano. The supplies put into
market this season are. as heretofore, pre
Jared under Iho superintendence of Dr. St.
uliau Ravenel, Chemist of tho Company, at
Charleston, S. C. Hence planters may rest
assured that its quality and composition is
precisely tho same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston. S. C.
JOHN 8. REESE A CO.,
Genoral Agents, Baltimore.
Terms-MS cash; $53 time, without iuto
rest.
To accommodate planters, thov can order
now and havo until 1st of April to decide
as to whether they will take at time or cash
price. When delivered from the factory by
the car load, no dravage will be charged.
ACID PHOSPHATE. GUANO, BONE,
PLASTER, itc, always on hand, quality gua?
ranteed. J. N. ROBSON.
December 20 :}3mo
Drs. Greene. Lindley & Bentley's
GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES
COMPOUND EXTRACT CORYDALIS,
tho gieat vegetable alterative for all
diseases atisiug from impure blood.
DR. GREENK'S FIT CURE, for tho
cure of Epilepsy, Fits, Spasms, and convul?
sions of all kinds.
Jtlt-Uirattil Honey, for Coughs, Cclds,
BronchitiH, Croup, and ull diaeaaes of the
lungs and air passages.
Neuralgia SpecliUc, p certain and speedy
cure for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous
Head-ache, and all ncrvoun paiu-?.
WhIiohIi Vuliey Agii? Cnr*. Contains
no Quinine. A moot ponilivo rcnody lor
Chili?, Bilious Fiver, and Congestions of
Liv< r and Spleen. Acts like a charm.
Prepared at the Laboratory, Charlotte, N.
C. For sale bv W. C. FISHER.
Nov20Jlj " Columbia, S. C.
MILLINERY.
First Prize Awarded at Fair of 1873.
MUS. C. E. REED has opened
a tine assortment of Ladiea',
Mi-hcs' and Childrtn's BON?
NETS, lats, Caps, Cloaks, Rod
iiigolcs, Kurs, Untier-wear and
Hiiir of all descriptions; also,
Mis. Moody's and other *tyles
ot Corsets. All of which will
he sold at reduced prices. Mrs,
Reed was a wauled the highest
at the State Fairs for the best
Oct 2!i 3mo
Stanley's CoDgh Syrup
(1URES all kinds of Coughs, Hoarseness,
J Bronchitis, incipient Consumption. Try
it; don't delay: a Cough gets worse with
every day'n neglect. For sale at
Nov r. t H EINITSU'S DRUG STORE.
WILL
Always be Found
IT THE
SB AND CENTRAL
DRY GOODS ESTABL1SDHENT
or
LOVE Sc CO.
would respectfully announce to our
Vf natrons that, notwithstanding our
EXTENB1VK SALEB during tbe past month,
OUR BTOOK is otUl COMPLETE in all the
DEPARTMENTS. New Goods received daily.
Customers are requested to examine our
CHOICE ASSORTMENT before purchasing,
as we ALWAYS have a great many GOODS
needed in every family, at POPULAR
PRICES.
Preparatory to taking our yearly inven?
tory, wo will dispose of a great many Goods,
at VERY LOW PRICES, at the
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
OF
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under the Wheeler House.
WM. D. LOVE. B. B. McC BEERY.
N. B_CARPETS selling very low to ro
i doce stock._Jan a
Extraordinary
AND
UMTUT UMKCiniltl
Sill WHITE
OF
DRY GOODS
AT AND
BELOW COST!!
THE continued prossure of hard times
compels us to make this MOST ALARM?
ING SACRIFICE, but as wo must have
money, in order to pay onr creditors, we will
givo the public snob an opportunity to sup?
ply their many wants as they have never be?
t?re had in ihu history of ibis city.
Usefnl patterns DRESS GOODS at 12,15,
20, 25 aents?worth double.
BILE BALEBNAS, BERLIN CORDS and
EMPRE88 CLOTH8, 37 conts?hair price.
JAPANEHE SILKS, 25 cents, (astounding
bargain,) 50 and 75 cents?way down.
8ILK PONGEES. KEPT ARRAS. CASH*
MERES, (all new shades,) 75 cents?worth
$1 25.
FIGURED EPINGLES, (a beautiful North?
ern novelty,) GO cents?cost ns 75.
A large line of CLOAKS and JACKETS, wo
offer art 25 cents on tho dollar.
A full assortment of FURS, at scarcely/
half New York prices.
Twenty boxes of LINEN COLLARS and
CUFFS will be sold at 5 and 10 cents?worth '
four times the money.
House-furnishing Goods, although quite
staple, wo have marked BELOW COST.
They include a fine lino of LINEN DOYLIES,
at CO cents and $1 'X). Alen, large Marseilles
BED SPREADS, from f 1 50 up. -.table and
Piano Covers, with other upholstery essen?
tials, wo will close ont at one-half their
oiiginal value.
Our entire stock of MILLINERY, RIB?
BONS, FLOWERS, LACES, Ac., will be of?
fered at such prices as cannot fail to effect a
clearance
Wo havo only enumerated a few leading
liucs, but the whole Stock is tffercd without
any reserve whatever. Cash nitist be paid
on delivery of goods; from this, there will be
no deviation. Parcels shall be delivered.in
the order in which they are bought.
All parties owing us money must call and
settle, or we shall be compelled to resort to
other measures.
Dec 18 J. H. KIN ARD AGO.
CONG ABBE IRON WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
MANUFACTU?
RER OF STEAM
ENGINES, 8AW
AND GRIST
?MILLS. Gin Gear?
ing, and all kinds
ot Iron Caatings
for Machinery
and Ornamental
Ca stings for
Stores ana Dwell?
ings, PatcDt Railings for Gardens and Ceme?
teries, Iroi Settees and Arbor Chairs; aleo,
\ Brass Castings of all kinds, Bells for
; Churches, Schools, Work-shops, Ac. Gua
j ran tee all my work first data and equal to
j any North or South.
j Works at foot ot Lady street, and near to
I South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Companies'Depots. Nov 18
HO! FOR CHRISTMAS !
IHAVE a fall lino of ALL GOODS, suitable for this festive stasan, and TRICES AHE
LOWER than any other house in the city.
ALL KINDS OP M.ONEY, or good promises to pav, received.
Country orders promptly forwarded, and complete satisfaction, both in quality and
prices, guaranteed. The following are a few of the loading articles and their prices:
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA, II 20 per pound?finest.
Ool nig Tea, il 20 per pound? finest. .
Gunpowde r Tea, II ?? per pound?finest,
Young Uvson Tea, $1 20 nor pound?llnrst. ?
PAUCHED it 10 COFFEE, 33J cents per pound.
Parched uid Oovet uinont Java, 4u oonts per pound.
Hi ) Coft- e, raw, 25 cents per pound.
Laeuayra Oofloo, at 30 ceuts per pound.
Old tovoriiment Java, 33] cents per pound.
C BUG A It, 11 cents per pound per barrel; IIA cents retail.
Ex. C Sugar, 114 ceuts per pound per barrel;" 12 cents retail.
A Sugar, 12 cents per pound por barrel: rstail 19,1 rents por pound.
Crushed Sugar, 12J cents per pound per barrol. *
F. A. Ferris A Co.'s New Hngar-onrod HAMS, 15 cents.
CHEESE, lrt cents by box; 23 cents retail.
Finest Goshen BUTTER, 45 cents per pound.
Finest Mountain Butter, 30 ceuts per pound.
BACON. SHOULDERS, 8.1 cents per pound.
Baaou, Clear Rib, 0 cents and 9\ oeuts per pound.
Family FLOUR, f 10 per barrol.
Extra Flour, selected Wheat, $11 per barrel.
Now Crop Now Orloans SYRUP, 90 cents per gallon.
MOLASSES, 35 cents por gallon.
A full line of Tyler Brothers' CAKES, CRACKERS and B1BOUWS, eold from 7 cent* per
pound to 14 cents por pound.
A full lino of Poak, Froan & Co.'s celebrated LONDON BISCUITS.
Atmorc's celebrated MINCE MEAT.
SOUSED PIG'S FEET.
New BEEF TONGUES.
SUCKED BEEF.
Fulton Market BEEF.
Now CRACKED WHEAT, now Codfish, Finniu Daddies.
CANNED GOODS, of the cboieest brands, in endless variety.
FRUITS, NUTS, Ac, Ac, Ac, *c
HARDT SOLOMON.
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